Build your system of insight for metrics and events

InfluxDB is the open source time series database

InfluxDB

The essential time series toolkit

Telegraf

Metrics collection made easy

Flux

Query and code together

InfluxDB Cloud

InfluxDB as a managed service

InfluxDB Enterprise

Run InfluxDB anywhere

Accumulate, analyze, and act on time series data with InfluxDB

Accumulate

Get any data – metrics, events, logs, traces – from everywhere – systems, sensors, queues, databases and networks – and store in a high-performing server capable of ingesting millions of data points per second.

Analyze

Perform analytics across all data sets with Flux – a fourth-generation query language – or InfluxQL – a SQL-like language. Downsample data for optimal query performance and provide real-time analytics for better insights.

Act

Start your journey to automation – set up alerts with a simple click or perform complex anomaly detection based on machine learning algorithms. Send alerts to popular services like Slack, SMS and PagerDuty. Create custom triggers to perform any action.
Built on Telegraf, an open source plugin-driven server agent

More than 200+ plugins – input, output, aggregator and processor

Write directly to InfluxDB from command line, HTTP API, or client libraries

Client libraries available in Go and JavaScript to push data directly from your applications

Real-time querying with built-in data visualizations

Open APIs for anomaly detection and machine learning

Time-based functions enabled by Flux

Perform complex analytics and math across measurements

Supports tons of third-party tools and client libraries

Process alerts with custom logic or user-defined functions using Flux

Code dynamic alert thresholds, match metrics for patterns, auto-scale containers and compute anomalies
Generate alerts in apps (i.e. Slack, PagerDuty), or on message queues (i.e. MQTT, Kafka)
InfluxDB is optimized for time to awesome

Accumulate

Use push and pull collection services to pool metrics, events, logs, and trace data

Built on Telegraf, an open source plugin-driven server agent

More than 200+ plugins – input, output, aggregator and processor
Write directly to InfluxDB from command line, HTTP API, or client libraries

Client libraries available in Go and JavaScript to push data directly from your applications

Analyze

InfluxDB gives you high-throughput ingest with compression and down-sampling
Real-time querying with built-in data visualization
Open APIs for anomaly detection and machine learning
Time-based functions enabled by Flux

Perform complex analytics and math across measurements

Act

InfluxDB comes with integrated dashboards and real-time alerting
Supports tons of third-party tools and client libraries
Process alerts with custom logic or user-defined functions using Flux
Code dynamic alert thresholds, match metrics for patterns, auto-scale containers, compute anomalies
Generate alerts in apps (i.e. Slack, Pager Duty), or on message queues (i.e. MQTT, Kafka)
InfluxDB is optimized for time to awesome
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